In 1943 Berlin, a Nazi officer’s wife, Lilly, and a Jewish woman, Felice, meet and begin a passionate affair. Aimée and Jaguar (the women’s pet names for each other) is based on a true story. Of her love for Felice, the real-life Lilly said, “she was my other half, literally my reflection, my mirror image, and for the first time I found love aesthetically beautiful, and so tender.“
(Director: Max Färberböck, Germany, 1999)
The film will be followed by a question/answer session.
1:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Admission is free (donations welcome). Light snacks may be brought to the venue.
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** (Room subject to change; please check monitor at 519 when arriving for the film screening).
This is the sixth film of our six film series. Click here for information on the other films.